Review~ The Rarest Rose by H. A. Robinson

Book: The Rarest Rose
Author: H.A. Robinson
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Alice’s Review
The twists and unexpected turns in this book are genius. It drew me in from the first page.. 
I loved how, although Sarah was a recluse, she started opening up to Elijah.. 

Watching their love blossom (like a rose) was beautiful and heartbreaking. Reading this book my emotions were everywhere, one minute I was smiling, then I was crying, then I was on the edge of my seat shouting at my kindle!
This is the first book I’ve read by H.A Robinson, and after reading The Rarest Rose, it definitely won’t be the laugh.
The way the storyline flows is brilliant. I’ll definitely be recommending this book.


“Elijah is a self-confessed workaholic, taking a forced break from his non-stop obsession with righting an old wrong.
Sarah is a reclusive artist, holed up alone out of fear for far too long, hiding from a history she can never divulge.
When their paths cross on a misty day in Cornwall, two worlds are turned upside down, and neither will ever be the same again.
But when Sarah’s past comes back to haunt her, it threatens to destroy everything she’s built, and there’s no guarantee that either of them will make it out unscathed.”

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Author Bio

H. A. Robinson is a jet-setting billionaire with a home on each continent, who spends her free time saving kittens from trees and babies from burning buildings. A graduate of Hogwarts and a frequent visitor to Narnia, she drinks coffee in Central Perk and tames dragons in Westeros.
In her dreams…

In reality, she’s a support worker living in a small town in Cheshire, who would almost always choose fantasy over reality. She’s been an obsessive reader from the moment she picked up her first Enid Blyton book, more years ago than she cares to admit, and enjoys nothing more than getting lost in new worlds and adventures from the minds of all the amazing authors out there.
She’s had the voices of characters in her head for as long as she can remember, and puts them down on paper in order to convince herself and the men in white coats that she isn’t crazy.

Social Links

Twitter: @H_ARobinson


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